Pimp My Mini: John Cooper Works Packages Coming to Essen Motor Show

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Don't they look pretty?

Mini is working hard to increase sales after a disappointing 2013, but these newly-developed John Cooper Works packages are unlikely to help. Nevertheless, the British carmaker will be showcasing them at the 2014 Essen Motor Show at the end of the month. Three- and five-door Minis will benefit from a Pro Design Line, which adds a rear diffuser with lateral splitters, restyled exterior mirror caps, decorative rings for head- and taillights, a roof flag, and a side decor set.

The interior sports branded floor mats and JCW Pro illuminated LED entry door sills, while a Vivid Green design line boasts even more customizations including a range of Junior Seats. Mini will also showcase a three-door Cooper S at Europe’s answer to SEMA, which comes with a JCS Tuning Kit that adds more power and controllable flaps for the exhaust silencer, as well as Jet Black 18-inch alloys, special tailpipe covers and a carbon-fiber air inlet cover.

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